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Ian McDonald

Born:

Ian Richard McDonald was an English multi-instrumental musician, best known as a founding member of the progressive rock band King Crimson in 1968, as well as the hard rock band Foreigner in 1976.

McDonald began his music career as an army musician, where he learned several instruments and taught himself music theory. He co-founded King Crimson and appeared on their 1969 debut album In the Court of the Crimson King, playing Mellotron, keyboards and woodwinds. In the mid-1970s, he moved to New York City where he co-founded Foreigner, appearing on the group's first three albums. He later collaborated with Steve Hackett and played in the King Crimson spin-off group 21st Century Schizoid Band

Album

Exposures

Label: Panegyric Recordings
Released: 2022
Track listing: CD1 (Major Loops I, from Robert Fripp’s original compilation reel of Frippertronics loops recorded at home or in the studio. Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from the original 1/4” reel to reel tapes. Previously unreleased): Major Loops I.

CD2 (Major Loops II, from Robert Fripp’s original compilation reel of Frippertronics loops recorded at home or in the studio. Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from the original 1/4” reel to reel tapes. Previously unreleased): Major Loops II.

CD3 (Major Loops III, From Robert Fripp’s original compilation reel of Frippertronics loops recorded at home or in the studio. Loops for “Breathless” from Exposure Sessions, May 7, 1978. Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from the original 1/4” reel to reel tapes. Previously unreleased): Major Loops III; Loops: Breathless.

CD4 (NYC: Exposure Master Loops and Lost in the Bush of Ghosts, Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from the original 1/4” reel to reel tapes. Tracks 1&2 previously unreleased; Track 3 previously available as a download from dgmlive.com. Tracks 4-8 previously available as Music For Blue Rocks I to V (Dec 20, 1979), as a download from dgmlive.com): Exposure Master Loops I; Exposure Master Loops II; C sharp Bass turns and becomes Seascape; Lost in the Bush of Ghosts I; Lost in the Bush of Ghosts II; Lost in the Bush of Ghosts III; Lost in the Bush of Ghosts IV; Lost in the Bush of Ghosts V.

CD5 (Last of the Great New York Heartthrobs, Plus: Exposure alt takes/rough mixes, original album production credits, the unreleased 1978 album with Daryl Hall vocals, from a production master with catalogue number POLD5013, with alternate takes and rough mixes from the sessions with Daryl Hall. Previously unreleased): Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; North Star; Disengage; I Smile Like Chicago; Exposure; NY3 (lyric version); Häaden Two; Mary; Breathless; NYCNY + JG Bennett First Inaugural Address; Water Music I + Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Exposure II; NY3 (alt take/rough mix); You Burn Me Up (alt take rough mix, August 8); You Burn Me Up (alt take/rough mix, August 9); Mary (sax); North Star (old riff/take 6); North Star 2 (take 7); Exposure IV; NY3; Mary (revised remix take 26).

CD6: (Exposure First Edition, Plus: Flood Loops, the original 1979 release, 24 bit remaster by Simon Heyworth and Robert Fripp in 2005. Previously available on DGM0601 Exposure 2CD (2006)). Loops for “Here Comes The Flood” recorded May 1978, previously unreleased): Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage; North Star; Chicago; NY3; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Loops: Here Comes the Flood (bonus).

CD7: (Exposure Third Edition, Plus:, the 2006 release, comprising the 1983 remix by Brad Davies and Robert Fripp with the addition of three Daryl Hall vocals, 24 bit remaster by Simon Heyworth and Robert Fripp in 2005. Previously available on DGM0601
Track 23 from the album Peter Gabriel II P 2002 Peter Gabriel Ltd. Appears courtesy of Peter Gabriel Ltd. Tracks 24 & 25 performed by Daryl Hall P1980 RCA Records. Courtesy of RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment and under license from The Commercial Music Group, a division of Sony Music Entertainment): Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage II; North Star; Chicago; New York, New York, New York; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Exposure (bonus, Daryl Hall, vocal); Mary (bonus, Daryl Hall, vocal); Disengage (bonus); Chicago (bonus); NY3 (bonus); Exposure (bonus, from Peter Gabriel II); Urban Landscape (bonus, from Daryl Hall Sacred Songs); NYCNY (bonus, from Daryl Hall Sacred Songs; Here Comes the Flood (bonus, early mix). .

CD8 (Exposure Fourth Edition - 2021 Stereo Mix, Plus:, mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes (2021) Tracks 18 - 22: vocals Daryl Hall, track 23: vocal Terre Roche. Previously unreleased): Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage; North Star; Chicago; NY3; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Disengage (bonus); Chicago (bonus); NY3 (bonus); Mary (bonus); Exposure (bonus); Chicago (bonus).

CD9 (Breathless or How I Gradually Internalised The Social Reality Of Manhattan Until It Seemed To Be A Very Reasonable Way Of Life, Plus:, mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes (2021) and sequenced in a similar order to the original unreleased 1978 album, with a previously unused alternate title idea. Loops For Married Men recorded for, but not used by, The Roches. Previously unreleased): Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage; North Star; Chicago; NY3; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Loops for Married Men (bonus).

CD10 (Frippertronics: The Kitchen, NYC, 5/2/78, Disc I, the first public performance of Frippertronics, taken from 1/4” reel to reel tape and audience cassette recording. Audio restoration at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021). Previously available as a download from dgmlive.com): Test Loop; Loop I; Loop II; Loop III; Loop IV; Loop IV and Solo,

CD11 (Frippertronics: The Kitchen, NYC, 5/2/78, Disc II, the first public performance of Frippertronics, taken from 1/4” reel to reel tape and audience cassette recording. Audio restoration at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021). Previously available as a download from dgmlive.com): Loop I; Loop II; Loop III; Partial Loop III and Solo.

CD12 (Frippertronics: Wintergarden, Copenhagen, 18/5/79 and Polydor, Paris 23/5/79, taken from a 1/4” reel to reel tape and audience cassette recording. Audio restoration at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021). Previously available as a download from dgmlive.com): Green Music for Libraries I; Green Music for Libraries II; Music for Journalists I; Music for Journalists II; Music for Journalists III; Music for Journalists IV.

CD13 (Frippertronics: Le Pretzel Enchainé, Montreal, 19/8/79, taken from 1/4” reel to reel tape of FM radio broadcast. Audio restoration at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021). Previously available as a download from dgmlive.com): Loop and Solo I; Loop and Solo II; Robert Fripp: Dialogue; Loop and Solo III; Robert Fripp: Dialogue; Loop IV; Robert Fripp: Dialogue; Loop and Solo IV The Product of Us All; Robert Fripp: Dialogue; Berkley Loop, Montreal Solo; ’79 Aug 17, Montreal Loop; ’79 Aug 16, Sainte-Foy Loop.

CD14 (God Save the Queen/Under Heavy Manners 2021 Remaster, Plus:, original album remastered at DGM Soundworld by David Singleton 2021. Track 6 previously available on the 1985 compilation God Save The King; Track 7, original Jam/Frippertronics Mix, previously unreleased): Red Two Scorer; God Save the Queen; 1983; Under Heavy Manners; The Zero of the Signified; God Save the King; Under Heavy Manners (bonus, from God Save The King); Music on Hold (original jam/Frippertronics mix/mash-up).

CD15 (Discotronics/Under Heavy Manners - 2021 Mixes, mixed and produced from the original multi-track tapes by Steven Wilson 2021. Previously unreleased): Under Heavy Manners (extended); 1983 (band version); The Zero of the Signified (extended); Water Music II (full-length version); Under Heavy Manners; The Zero of the Signified; Music on Hold (jam).

CD16 (Under Heavy Management/Eurotronics, mixed and produced from the original multi-track tapes by Steven Wilson 2021. Previously unreleased): Funky Frippertronics; Feel II; Spanish Landscape; AA III; Urban Landscape (band version); Step ’n’ Fetch It; Morning; Music on Hold (Frippertronics version); Seascape; Italian Afternoon; Water Music II (extended).

CD17 (The League of Gentlemen - Paradise Club, Boston, 26/6/80 (2nd show), taken from a band live cassette recording. Tracks 20-21 taken from a rehearsal recording. Audio restoration at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) Previously available as a download from dgmlive.com): RF Announcement; Inductive Resonance; Trap; Heptaparaparshinokh; RF Announcement; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III; Boy at Piano; Christian Children Marching, Singing; Dislocated; RF Announcement; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II; Minor Man; Prelude; Ooh! Mr. Fripp; Farewell Johnny Brill; Eye Needle; Inductive Resonance; Heptaparaparshinokh; Dislocated; Disengage; F Sharp Minor.

CD18 (Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx and The League of Gentlemen (1985 CD Mixes), tracks 1-14 Produced by Robert Fripp and David Singleton (1996), previously available as DGM9602. Tracks 15-21 Produced by Robert Fripp (1985), previously available on EGED9 God Save The King): Inductive Resonance; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx I; Trap; Boy at Piano; Heptaparaparshinokh; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II; Christian Children Marching, Singing; Ooh! Mr. Fripp; Dislocated; Minor Man; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III; Farewell Johnny Brill; Inductive Resonance; RF Combined Announcements; Heptaparaparshinokh; Inductive Resonance; Cognitive Dissonance; Dislocated; H.G. Wells; Eye Needles; Trap.

CD19 (The League of Gentlemen - 2021 stereo mixes, Plus: Alternate Takes, mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes. Previously unreleased): Inductive Resonance; Minor Man; Heptaparaparshinokh; Dislocated; Eye Needles; Cognitive Dissonance; H.G. Wells; Trap; Glass Flutes; Johnny Brill; Christian Children Marching, Singing; Boy at Piano; Inductive Resonance (alt. take); Heptaparaparshinokh (alt. take); Dislocated (alt. take); Eye Needles (alt. take); Trap (alt. take).

CD20 (Let the Power Fall, 2021 Master, Plus:, original album remastered at DGM Soundworld by David Singleton 2021): 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989; 1984 (single edit); 1984 (mix 1); 1984 (mix 2).

CD21 (Washington Square Church, August 1981, mixed and produced from the original 1/4” reel to reel tapes by David Singleton 2021. Previously unreleased): Washington Square I; Washington Square II; Washington Square III; Washington Square IV; Washington Square V; Washington Square VI; Washington Square VII; Washington Square VIII; Washington Square IX; Washington Square X; Washington Square XI.

DVD22: Exposure:
Exposure Fourth Edition - 2021 Mix and Additional Material (see CD8 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround 5.1: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage; North Star; Chicago; NY3; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Disengage (bonus); Chicago (bonus); NY3 (bonus); Mary (bonus); Exposure (bonus).
Exposure Third Edition and Additional Material (see CD7 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/48: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage II; North Star; Chicago; New York, New York, New York; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Exposure (bonus, Daryl Hall, vocal); Mary (bonus, Daryl Hall, vocal); Disengage (bonus); Chicago (bonus); NY3 (bonus).
Last of the Great New York Heartthrobs (see CD5 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96: Preface / You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; North Star; Disengage; I Smile Like Chicago; Exposure; NY3 (lyric version); Häaden Two; Mary; Breathless; NYCNY / JG Bennett First Inaugural Address; Water Music I / Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.

DVD23: God Save The Queen/Under Heavy Manners/ The League of Gentlemen:

God Save the Queen - 2021 Mixes (see CD14 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround Quad/4.1: Red Two Scorer; God Save the Queen; 1983.
Under Heavy Manners - 2021 Mixes (see CD14 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround 5.1: Under Heavy Manners; The Zero of the Signified;
Additional Material - 2021 Mixes (see CD14 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround 5.1: Morning; Seascape; Funky Frippertronics; The Zero of the Signified (Extended).
The League of Gentlemen, 2021 Mixes (see CD19 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround 5.1: Inductive Resonance; Minor Man; Heptaparaparshinokh; Dislocated; Eye Needles; Cognitive Dissonance; H.G. Wells; Trap

DVD24: Frippertronics:
Let the Power Fall (see CD20 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround Quad/4.1: 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989.
Washington Square Church (see CD21 for personnel/details), Stereo 24/96 and DTS Digital Surround Quad/4.1: Washington Square I; Washington Square II; Washington Square III; Washington Square IV; Washington Square V; Washington Square VI; Washington Square VII; Washington Square VIII; Washington Square IX; Washington Square X; Washington Square XI.

Blu Ray25: Exposure/God Save The Queen/ Under Heavy Manners
Exposure Fourth Edition - 2021 Mix (see CD8 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Dolby Atmos: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage; North Star; Chicago; NY3; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.
Exposure Fifth Edition - 2021 Mix (see CD9 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Dolby Atmos: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage (Daryl Hall, vocal); North Star; Chicago (Daryl Hall, vocal); NY3 (Daryl Hall, vocal); Mary (Daryl Hall, vocal); Exposure (Daryl Hall, vocal); Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.
Breathless or How I Gradually Internalised The Social Reality Of Manhattan Until It Seemed To Be A Very Reasonable Way Of Life (see CD4 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Dolby Atmos: Preface / You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; North Star; Disengage; I Smile Like Chicago; Exposure; NY3 (lyric version); Häaden Two; Mary; Breathless; NYCNY / JG Bennett First Inaugural Address; Water Music I / Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.
God Save the Queen - 2021 Mixes (see CD14 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96 and DTS-HD Master Audio Quad/4.1: Red Two Scorer; God Save the Queen; 1983.
Under Heavy Manners - 2021 Mixes (see CD14 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96 and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1: Under Heavy Manners; The Zero of the Signified (.
Additional Material (see CD14 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96 and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1: Morning; Seascape; Funky Frippertronics; The Zero of the Signified (Extended).
Under Heavy Manners - 2021 Mixes (see CD14 for personnel/details), Dolby Atmos: Under Heavy Manners (Extended); The Zero of the Signified (Extended).
Exposure Sessions (see CD16, CD30-31 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96: Urban Landscape (band version); Chicago (Terre Roche vocal); Water Music (unedited version). Sessions 1977-1978: Feel (Dec. ’77, Basing Street, London); AA (Dec. ’77, Basing Street, London); Morning (Dec. ’77, Basing Street, London); Funky Frippertronics (Feb. ’78, Hit Factory, New York); Step ’n’ Fetch It (Feb. ’78, Hit Factory, New York); Spanish Landscape (Feb. ’78, Hit Factory, New York); Italian Afternoon (Feb. ’78, Hit Factory, New York); Seascape (June ’78, Hit Factory, New York).
Under Heavy Manners/Eurotronics (see, see CD16 for personnel/details: Under Heavy Manners: Funky Frippertronics; Feel II; Spanish Landscape; AA III; Urban Landscape (band version); Step ’n’ Fetch It. Eurotronics: Morning; Music on Hold; Seascape; Italian Afternoon; Water Music II (extended).
Exposure Third Edition and Additional Material (see CD7 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/48: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage II; North Star; Chicago; New York, New York, New York; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript; Exposure (Daryl Hall, vocal); Mary (Daryl Hall, vocal); Disengage; Chicago; NY3.
Exposure First Edition (see CD5 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/48: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage II; North Star; Chicago; New York, New York, New York; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.
Last of the Great New York Heartthrobs (see CD5 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96: Preface / You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; North Star; Disengage; I Smile Like Chicago; Exposure; NY3 (lyric version); Häaden Two; Mary; Breathless; NYCNY / First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I / Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.
Exposure Second Edition (see CD6 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96: Preface: You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; Breathless; Disengage; North Star; Chicago; NY3; Mary; Exposure; Häaden Two; Urban Landscape; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You; First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House; Water Music I; Here Comes the Flood; Water Music II; Postscript.
Under Heavy Manners - Original Master (see CD14 for personnel/details): Under Heavy Manners (extended); The Zero of the Signified.

Blu Ray26: The DGM Frippertronics Archive Volume I, LPCM Stereo 24/48:
Unknown Dates: Major Loops I; Major Loops II; Major Loop III; Exposure Master Loops I; Exposure Master Loops II; C Sharp Bass Joins and Becomes Seascape.

1978:
February 5: 1st & 2nd Show The Kitchen, New York.
May: Flood Loops.
May: Loops.
May: Loops for Married Men.
May: Flood & Frenzy Loops.
May: Loops for Breathless.

1979:
April 23: Polygram, London.
April 24: Polygram, London.
April 25: Pizza Express, Notting Hill, London.
April 26: Virgin Records, London.
May 7: Theatre Popular, Amsterdam.
May 9: The Club, Brussels.
May 12: Le Trompe L’Oie, Paris.
May 13: Le Trompe L’Oie, Paris.
May 17: Malmen Club, Stockholm.
May 18: Wintergarden, Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.
May 23: Polydor Paris.
May 24: Theatre Le Palace, Paris.
May 25: Theatre Le Palace, Paris.
May 25: The Music Box, Paris.
May 26: Theatre Le Palace, Paris.
May 27: Theatre Le Palace, Paris.
May 28: DGG Offices, Hamburg.
May 28: GOVI Schallplatten, Hamburg.
June 6: Passim, Boston.
June 8: Plastic Fantastic, Philadelphia.
June 9: Sigma Sound, Philadelphia.
June 10: Sheraton, New York.
June 12: Second Chance, Ann Arbor.
June 13: Peaches, Detroit.
June 14: Record Revolution Cleveland.
June 15: Peaches East, Cleveland.
June 16: Washington Ethical Society, Washington.
June 17: Peguin Feather, Washington.
June 18: The Sound Warehouse, Chicago.
June 19: Charlotte's Web, Rockford.
June 21: Walkers Arts Center, Minneapolis.
June 22: Walkers Arts Center, Minneapolis.
June 24: The Kitchen, New York.
June 25: The Kitchen, New York.
June 26: The Kitchen, New York.
June 28: The Kitchen, New York.
June 29: The Kitchen, New York.
June 30: The Kitchen, New York.

Blu Ray27: The DGM Frippertronics Archive Volume II, LPCM Stereo 24/48:

1979 (continued):
July 1: The Kitchen, New York.
July 5: Just A Song, Albany.
July 6: WCMF Studio, Rochester.
July 7: Oasis, Pittsburgh.
July 8: Disc Records, Louisville.
July 10: Peaches, Fort Lauderdale.
July 11: WRAS Radio Performance, Atlanta.
July 12: Peaches, Atlanta.
July 13: Cactus, Houston.
July 14: Sound Warehouse, Austin.
July 16: Peaches, Fort Worth.
July 17: Peaches, Dallas.
July 18: Streetside Records, St. Louis.
July 19: Peaches, St. Louis.
July 20: Caper's Corner, Kansas City.
July 21: Peaches, Denver.
July 24: Tower Records, San Diego.
July 25: Madame Wong's, Los Angeles.
July 26: Madame Wong's, Los Angeles.
July 27: Tower Records, Hollywood.
July 28: Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco.
July 29: Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco.
July 30: Bear's Lair, Berkeley.
July 30: Tower Records, Berkeley.
July 31: Tower Records, San Jose.
August 1: Everybody's, Portland.
August 1: Music Millenium, Portland.
August 2: Pike Place Theatre, Seattle.
August 3: Tower Records, Seattle.
August 5: Robson Square Theatre, Vancouver.
August 6: Robson Square Theatre, Vancouver.
August 7: Provincial Museum, Edmonton.
August 8: Centennial Planetarium, Calgary.
August 9: Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg.
August 11: Bathurst St. Theatre, Toronto.
August 12: Bathurst St. Theatre, Toronto.
August 13: National Art Center, Ottawa.
August 15: Café Campus, Quebec City.
August 16: Café Campus, Quebec City.
August 17: Le Pretzel Enchainé, Montreal.
August 19: Le Pretzel Enchainé, Montreal.
September 8: Tribal Stomp, Monterey.
December 20: Blue Rock Studio, New York (Lost In The Bush Of Ghosts).

1981:
February 20: Houston Hall, Philadelphia.
February 21: Houston Hall, Philadelphia 1st Show.
February 21: Houston Hall, Philadelphia 2nd Show.
July 27: Washington Square Church, New York.
July 28: Washington Square Church, New York.
July 29: Washington Square Church, New York.
July 30: Washington Square Church, New York.
August 1: Washington Square Church, New York.
August 2: Washington Square Church, New York.
August 2: Washington Square Church, New York.
August 4: Inroads, New York.
August 5: Inroads, New York.
August 6: Inroads, New York.
August 7: Inroads, New York.

1982:
February 13: Matrix Studio, New York.
June 13: VA Smith Chapel Theatre, New York 1st Show.
June 13: VA Smith Chapel Theatre, New York 2nd Show.
July 17: WOMAD Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet.

1983:
March 2: Mandeville Auditorium, San Diego.
March 3: The Roxy, Los Angeles 1st Show.
March 3: The Roxy, Los Angeles 2nd Show.
March 4: McKenna Theatre, San Francisco 1st Show.
March 4: McKenna Theatre, San Francisco 2nd Show.
March 6: Wheeler Auditorium, Berkeley.
March 8: Neeb Hall, Tempe.
March 10: Rose Room, New Brunswick.
March 11: Union Auditorium, Stony Brook.
March 12: Alexander Hall, Princeton.
March 15: Gaston Hall, Washington.
March 22: Paradise, Boston 1st Show.
March 22: Paradise, Boston 2nd Show.
March 23: Toad's Place, New Haven.
March 26: University Of Guelph, Ontario.
March 27: Theatre Of Arts, Waterloo, 1st Show.
March 27: Theatre Of Arts, Waterloo, 2nd Show.
March 28: Althouse Theatre, University Of Western Ontario.
March 29: Carleton University, Ottawa.
March 30: McGill University, Montreal.
April 1: University Of Toronto 1st Show.
April 1: University Of Toronto 2nd Show.

Blu Ray28: The League of Gentlemen/Let The Power Fall/ Washington Square Church:
The League of Gentlemen, 2021 Mixes (see CD19 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96, DTS-HD Master audio 5.1 and Dolby Atmos: Inductive Resonance; Minor Man; Heptaparaparshinokh; Dislocated; Eye Needles; Cognitive Dissonance; H.G. Wells; Trap.
Let the Power Fall 2021 Mixes (see CD20 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/192 and DTS-HD Master Quad/4.1: 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989.
Washington Square Church, August 1981 (see CD21 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/48 and DTS-HD Master Quad/4.1: Washington Square I; Washington Square II; Washington Square III; Washington Square IV; Washington Square V; Washington Square VI; Washington Square VII; Washington Square VIII; Washington Square IX; Washington Square X; Washington Square XI.
Let the Power Fall - Original Album Master (see CD20 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96: 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989. Additional Material: 1984 (single edit); 1984 (mix 1); 1984 (mix 2).
The League of Gentlemen Additional Material and Alternate Takes - 2021 Mixes (see CD19 for personnel/details), LPCM Stereo 24/96: Glass Flutes; Johnny Brill; Christian Children Marching, Singing; Boy at Piano; Inductive Resonance (alternate versione); Heptaparaparshinokh (alternate version); Dislocated (alternate version); Eye Needles (alternate version); Trap (alternate version).
God Save the King - Original Master, LPCM Stereo 16/48: God Save the King; Under Heavy Manners; Heptaparaparshinokh ; Inductive Resonance; Cognitive Dissonance; Dislocated; H.G. Wells; Eye Needles; Trap.

CD29 (Resplendent in Divergence, a selection of Frippertronics which appeared individually and/or in small groups in various other locations as individual tracks on later albums, compilations, singles et al. Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from a variety of sources including masters, tapes and vinyl transfers): Seattle Space Music; House of Music; Celebration; Urban Landscape II; Urban Landscape III; Easter Sunday; Good King Wenceslas; Silent Night; Volo Ergo Sum; Night I; Night II; Marriagemuzic.

CD30 (Blasts and Blasms: Sessions, Jams and Rehearsals, Recorded at The Hit Factory, New York in 1978. Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from the original 1/4” tapes and cassettes): Slow Stomp 1; Cry to Faith; Fat Itch Theory; Slow Stomp 2; Hitting the Groove Factor; Toy Fact Hither; 353 West 48th Street; Groove; You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette IV; Breathless IV; Breathless Solo; Disengage II; Disengage VI; North Star III; Chicago II; NYC III; Mary; Exposure I; Häaden Two II; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You II.

CD31 (More Blasts, More Blasms: Sessions, Jams and Rehearsals, track 1-6 & 20 recorded at Basing Street, London in 1977, all others at The Hit Factory, New York in 1978. Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021) from the original 1/4” tapes and cassettes): Tune-Up; Riff and Roll; Groove; Bass and Drum Groove; Idea: Slow Drums; Idea: Fast Drums; Ballad; You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette; II; You Burn Me Up I’m a Cigarette III; Breathless I; Breathless II; Breathless III; Disengage I; Disengage II; Disengage; North Star I; North Star II; North-ish Star II; North-ish Star; Chicago I; Chicago; NYC I; NYC II; Exposure V; Häaden Two I; Häaden Two II; I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I’ve Had Enough of You I.

CD32 (The League of Gentlemen - Royal Exeter, Bournemouth, 21/9/80, John Peel Session, 17/11/80, Assembled and mastered at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2021). Tracks 1-15 from an audience bootleg cassette. Tracks 16-19 recorded at Amy’s Shack, Parkstone, Dorset, engineer: Tony Arnold, from the original 1/4” reel to reel tapes sent to the BBC for broadcast. Track 20 from a band rehearsal tape): RF Announcement; Inductive Resonance; Trap; Heptaparaparshinokh; RF Announcement; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II; Boy at Piano; Christian Children Marching, Singing; Dislocated; RF Announcement; Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III; Minor Man; Farewell Johnny Brill; Eye Needles; Inductive Resonance; Dislocated (John Peel Session); Heptaparaparshinokh (John Peel Session); Farewell Johnny Brill (John Peel Session); Inductive Resonance (John Peel Session); A Few Goodies There (band rehearsal).

Album

The Complete 1969 Recordings

Label: Panegyric Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD1 (Live at Hyde Park, July 5,1969, audio restored at DGM to remove hiss & other noise from earlier editions but with original DGM mastering to optimise original sound sources): 21st Century Schizoid Man; The Court of the Crimson King; Get Thy Bearings; Announcement (incomplete); Epitaph; Mantra; Travel Weary Capricorn; Mars; Band Reunion Meeting, London, March 15, 1997. Taken from an audience cassette bootleg. Produced by Robert Fripp & David Singleton (2002). Additional audio restoration at DGM by Alex R Mundy (2020). Band reunion recorded at the Epitaph Playback, London, March 15, 1997. Previously available in an earlier form in the King Crimson Collectors’ Club CLUB12 and as a download from dgmlive.com.

CD2 (Live at The Marquee, July 6, 1969, audio restored at DGM to remove hiss & other noise from earlier editions but with original DGM mastering to optimize original sound sources): 21st Century Schizoid Man; Drop In; Announcement (incomplete); I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph (incomplete); Travel Weary Capricorn; Improv (including Nola and Etude No. 7); Mars. Taken from an audience cassette bootleg. Produced by Robert Fripp & David Singleton (1998). Additional audio restoration at DGM by Alex R Mundy (2020). Previously available in an earlier form in the King Crimson Collectors’ Club CLUB1and as a download from dgmlive.com.

CD3 (Plumpton Festival, August 9, 1969, audio restored at DGM to remove hiss & other noise from earlier editions but with original DGM mastering to optimize original sound sources): 21st Century Schizoid Man; Get Thy Bearings; The Court of the Crimson King; Mantra; Travel Weary Capricorn; Improv (including By the Sleeping Lagoon); Mars. Taken from cassette & vinyl bootlegs. Produced by Robert Fripp & David Singleton (1997). Additional audio restoration at DGM by Alex R Mundy (2020). Previously available in an earlier form in as Volume 3 of Epitaph and as a download from dgmlive.com.


CD4 (Live at Chesterfield, September 6, 1969 Disc 1, new master from original cassette source, at least one generation better than previously released): 21st Century Schizoid Man; Drop In; Announcement; Epitaph; Get Thy Bearings; Announcement; I Talk to the Wind. Newly transferred from original source cassette. Audio restored at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2020). Previously available in an earlier form as a download from www.dgmlive.com and in part as Volume 4 of Epitaph.


CD5 (Live at Chesterfield, September 6, 1969 Disc 2, new master from original cassette source, at least one generation better than previously released): Announcement; The Court of the Crimson King; Mantra; Travel Weary Capricorn; Improv; Mars. Newly transferred from original source cassette. Audio restored at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2020). Previously available in an earlier form as a download from www.dgmlive.com and in part as Volume 4 of Epitaph.

CD6 (Fillmore East, November 21/22, 1969): The Court of the Crimson King (incomplete, November 21); Announcement (November 21); A Man, A City (November 21); Announcement (November 21); Epitaph (November 21); Announcement (November 21); 21st Century Schizoid Man (November 21); The Court of the Crimson King (incomplete, November 22); Announcement (November 22); A Man, A City (November 22); Announcement (November 22); Epitaph (November 22); Announcement (November 22); 21st Century Schizoid Man (November 22). Taken from a band cassette soundboard recording. Produced by Robert Fripp & David Singleton (2004). Additional audio restoration at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2020). Previously available in an earlier form in the King Crimson Collectors’ Club CLUB25 and as a download from www.dgmlive.com.

CD7 (Fillmore West, December 13/14, 1969): Mantra (December 13); Travel Weary Capricorn (December 13); Improv; Travel Bleary Capricorn (December 13); Mars (December 13); The Court of the Crimson King (December 14); Announcement (December 14); Drop In (December 14); A Man, A City (December 14); Announcement (December 14); Epitaph (December 14); Announcement (December 14); 21st Century Schizoid Man (December 14); Mars (December 14). Taken from tape soundboard recording. Recording engineer Richard Vickers. Produced by Robert Fripp & David Singleton (1997). Previously available in an earlier form on Epitaph.

CD8 (In the Court of the Crimson King Original Master Edition, Expanded): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King; I Talk to the Wind (Studio run-through, 2019 mix); Epitaph (backing track, 2019 mix); 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios instrumental, 1969); The Court of the Crimson King (Part 1) (1969 Mono A-Side); The Court of the Crimson King (Part 2) (1969 Mono B-Side). Tracks 1-5 produced by King Crimson, 24 bit remaster by Simon Heyworth. Tracks 6, 9- 10 produced by King Crimson, 7-8 mixed by Steven Wilson. Previously available as part of In The Court of the Crimson King 4 disc set (2019).

CD9 (In the Court of the Crimson King Alternate Album, Expanded): Wind Session (2019 mix); 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios 1969, Greg Lake vocal overdubs from Wessex Studios, August 1969; Mel Collins & Jakko M. Jakszyk overdubs, August 2019); I Talk to the Wind (alternate 2019 mix); I Talk to the Wind (duo version, full-length, 2019 mix); Epitaph (isolated vocal, 2019 mix); Epitaph (alternate take, 2019 mix); Moonchild (edit, instrumental); The Court of the Crimson King (June 1969 take, 2019 mix); 21st Century Schizoid Man (trio version, 2019 mix). Mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi- track tapes, except 2,5 mixed by David Singleton. Previously available as part of In The Court of the Crimson King 4 disc set (2019).

CD10 (In the Court of the Crimson King 2009 stereo mix): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Additional Material, 2009 stereo mix): Moonchild (full version); I Talk to the Wind (duo version); I Talk to the Wind (alternate mix); Epitaph (backing track); Wind Session. Tracks 1- 6 mixed & produced by Robert Fripp & Steven Wilson. Tracks 7-10 mixed by Steven Wilson, Executive Producer: Robert Fripp. Previously available as part of In The Court of the Crimson King 40th Anniversary Edition (2009).

CD11 (In the Court of the Crimson King 2019 stereo mix): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. In the Court of the Crimson King 2019 instrumental stereo mix: 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental); I Talk to the Wind (instrumental); Epitaph (instrumental); Moonchild (edit, instrumental); The Court of the Crimson King (instrumental). Mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes. Previously available as part of In The Court of the Crimson King 4 disc set (2019).

CD12 (Let’s Make a Hit Waxing, mixed from original multi- track tapes): Let’s Make a Hit Waxing. From the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London, July- August, 1969. Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed and compiled at DGM by David Singleton (2020). Previously unavailable.

CD13 (Complete Recording Sessions 1, mixed from original multi-track tapes): 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios, instrumental, June 12); Epitaph takes 1 to 3 (July 7); Epitaph takes 5 to 8 (July 7); I Talk to the Wind takes 1 to 4 (July 9). Track 1 taken from band cassette from Morgan Studios. Tracks 2-4 from the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London,1969, Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed by David Singleton (2019). Previously available as a download only from dgmlive.com.

CD14 (Complete Recording Sessions 2, mixed from original multi-track tapes): I Talk to the Wind takes 5 to 8 (July 9); I Talk to the Wind takes 9 to 12 (July 9); The Court of the Crimson King stereo takes (July 10). From the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London,1969, Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed by David Singleton (2019). Previously available as a download only from dgmlive.com.

CD15 (Complete Recording Sessions 3, mixed from original multi-track tapes): The Court of the Crimson King take 6 (July 10); The Court of the Crimson King takes 1 & 2 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King takes 3 to 7 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King takes 8 to 10 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King trailer take 1 (July 16). From the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London,1969, Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed by David Singleton (2019). Previously available as a download only from dgmlive.com.

CD16 (Complete Recording Sessions 4, mixed from original multi-track tapes): The Court of the Crimson King (Stormy mix, July 21); I Talk to the Wind takes 3 to 6 (July 21); I Talk to the Wind takes 7 to 9 (July 21); I Talk to the Wind early take (July 21); Drum Check (July 21); 21st Century Schizoid Man Saxophone Soundcheck (July 21); Ahh (Stormy mix, July 21); I Talk to the Wind (Stormy mix, July 21). From the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London,1969, Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed by David Singleton (2019). Previously available as a download only from www.dgmlive.com. Stormy Mixes edited/compiled and/or mixed by Alex "Stormy" Mundy at DGM as part of his regular series of music downloads available at dgmlive.com. As they form part of the recording sessions archive they are included here.

CD17 (Complete Recording Sessions 5, mixed from original multi-track tapes): Epitaph takes 1 to 3 (July 30); Epitaph takes 5 to 11 (July 30); Epitaph take 2 (Stormy mix, July 30). From the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London,1969, Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed by David Singleton (2019). Previously available as a download only from dgmlive.com. Stormy Mixes edited/compiled and/or mixed by Alex "Stormy" Mundy at DGM as part of his regular series of music downloads available at dgmlive.com. As they form part of the recording sessions archive they are included here.

CD18 (Complete Recording Sessions 6, mixed from original multi-track tapes): Moonchild takes 1 to 8 (July 31); Moonchild take 9 (July 31); Trailer take & Trailer take overdubbed (August 6); Pipe organ takes (August 6); Wind Noise takes (August 6); The Court of the Crimson King takes (August 13). From the multi-track tapes recorded at Wessex Studios, London,1969, Recording engineer Robin Thompson. Mixed by David Singleton (2019). 
 Previously available as a download only from dgmlive.com.

DVD19: Sessions (MLP Lossless stereo 24/48, LPCM stereo 24/48): 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios, instrumental); Epitaph takes 1 to 3 (July 7); Epitaph takes 5 to 8 (July 7); I Talk to the Wind takes 1 to 4 (July 9); I Talk to the Wind takes 5 to 8 (July 9); I Talk to the Wind takes 9 to 12 (July 9); The Court of the Crimson King stereo takes (July 10); The Court of the Crimson King take 6 (July 10); The Court of the Crimson King takes 1 & 2 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King takes 3 to 7 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King takes 8 to 10 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King trailer take 1 (July 16); I Talk to the Wind takes 3 to 6 (July 21); I Talk to the Wind takes 7 to 9 (July 21); I Talk to the Wind early take (July 21); Drum Check (July 21); 21st Century Schizoid Man Saxophone Soundcheck (July 21); Epitaph takes 1 to 3 (July 30); Epitaph takes 5 to 11 (July 30); Moonchild takes 1 to 8 (July 31); Moonchild take 9 (July 31); Trailer take & Trailer take overdubbed (August 6); Pipe organ takes (August 6); Wind Noise takes (August 6); The Court of the Crimson King takes (August 13). Mixed by David Singleton (2019).

Let’s Make a Hit Waxing (MLP Lossless stereo 24/48, LPCM stereo 24/48) Let’s Make a Hit Waxing. Mixed and compiled at DGM by David Singleton (2020).

Stormy Selections (LPCM stereo 16/48): The Court of the Crimson King (Stormy mix, July 21); Ahh (Stormy mix, July 21); I Talk to the Wind (Stormy mix, July 21); Epitaph take 2 (Stormy mix, July 30). Edited/compiled and/or mixed by Alex "Stormy" Mundy at DGM as part of his regular series of music downloads available at dgmlive.com. As they form part of the recording sessions archive they are included here.

DVD-A20: 2019 surround mix (MLP Lossless 5.1 surround, DTS 5.1 Digital surround): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes.

2019 stereo mix (MLP Lossless stereo 24/48, LPCM stereo 24/48): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes.

Original Master Edition (MLP Lossless stereo 24/48, LPCM stereo 24/48) : 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Produced by King Crimson, 24 bit remaster by Simon Heyworth (2004).

Blu-Ray21: Giles, Giles & Fripp (LPCM stereo 24/192) : Tremolo Study in A Major (Spanish Suite); Suite No. 1; Scrivens; Why Don’t You Just Drop In (i); I Talk to the Wind (i); Plastic Pennies; Passage of Time; Under the Sky (ii); I Talk to the Wind (ii); Erudite Eyes; Make It Today (ii); Wonderland; Why Don’t You Just Drop In (ii); She is Loaded. By Giles, Giles and Fripp, with Ian McDonald and Judy Dyble. Newly transferred from the original tapes recorded at 93 Brondesbury Road, London by Peter Giles (1968). Mastered by David Singleton at DGM (2020).
Complete Recording Sessions (LPCM stereo 24/96): 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios, instrumental); Epitaph takes 1 to 3 (July 7); Epitaph takes 5 to 8 (July 7); I Talk to the Wind takes 1 to 4 (July 9); I Talk to the Wind takes 5 to 8 (July 9); I Talk to the Wind takes 9 to 12 (July 9); The Court of the Crimson King stereo takes (July 10); The Court of the Crimson King take 6 (July 10); The Court of the Crimson King takes 1 & 2 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King takes 3 to 7 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King takes 8 to 10 (July 16); The Court of the Crimson King trailer take 1 (July 16); I Talk to the Wind takes 3 to 6 (July 21); I Talk to the Wind takes 7 to 9 (July 21); I Talk to the Wind early take (July 21); Drum Check (July 21); 21st Century Schizoid Man Saxophone Soundcheck (July 21); Epitaph takes 1 to 3 (July 30); Epitaph takes 5 to 11 (July 30); Moonchild takes 1 to 8 (July 31); Moonchild take 9 (July 31); Trailer take & Trailer take overdubbed (August 6); Pipe organ takes (August 6); Wind Noise takes (August 6); The Court of the Crimson King takes (August 13). Mixed by David Singleton (2019). Mixed by David Singleton (2019).
Live at Chesterfield, September 9, 1969 (LPCM stereo 24/192) : 21st Century Schizoid Man; Drop In; Epitaph; Get Thy Bearings; I Talk to the Wind; The Court of the Crimson King; Mantra; Travel Weary Capricorn; Improv; Mars. Audio restored at DGM by Alex R. Mundy (2020).
Stormy Selections (LPCM stereo 16/48): The Court of the Crimson King (Stormy mix, July 21); Ahh (Stormy mix, July 21); I Talk to the Wind (Stormy mix, July 21); Epitaph take 2 (Stormy mix, July 30). Edited/compiled and/or mixed by Alex "Stormy" Mundy at DGM as part of his regular series of music downloads available at www.dgmlive.com. As they form part of the recording sessions archive they are included here.

Blu Ray22: 2009 surround mix, DTS-HD Master surround, LPCM 5.1 surround) : 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Surround mixes by Steven Wilson. Executive Producer: Robert Fripp.
2009 LPCM stereo mix 24/96): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Robert Fripp & Steven Wilson.
Additional Material (2009 LPCM stereo 24/96): Moonchild (full version); I Talk to the Wind (duo version); I Talk to the Wind (alternate mix); Epitaph (backing track); Wind Session. Mixed by Steven Wilson. Executive producer: Robert Fripp.
The Alternate Album (2009 LPCM stereo 24/96): 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental); I Talk to the Wind (studio run through); Epitaph (alternate version); Moonchild (take 1); The Court of the Crimson King (take 3).Mixed by Steven Wilson. Executive producer: Robert Fripp.
Vinyl Transfer, LPCM stereo 24/48): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. UK Island first pressing sourced from two vinyl LPs - one of which is Robert Fripp’s personal archive copy.
Vinyl Transfer, LPCM stereo 24/48): The Court of the Crimson King (part 1); The Court of the Crimson King (part 2). UK Island mono single version, split across two sides of 7” vinyl.
Vinyl Transfer, LPCM mono 24/48): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King; The Court of the Crimson King (Edited mono single mix). Mono mixes used for radio promotion in the USA.

Blu Ray23: 2019 surround mix, DTS-HD Master surround, LPCM 5.1 surround) : 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Steven Wilson from original multi-track tapes.
2019 LPCM stereo mix 24/96: 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Steven Wilson from original multi- track tapes.
2019 LPCM stereo instrumental mix 24/96: 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Steven Wilson from original multi-track tapes.
Original Master Edition (LPCM stereo 24/96): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Produced by King Crimson, 24 bit remaster by Simon Heyworth (2004).
Alternate Album (LPCM stereo 24/96): 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios 1969, Greg Lake vocal overdubs from Wessex Studios, August 1969; Mel Collins & Jakko M. Jakszyk overdubs, August 2019, mixed by David Singleton); I Talk to the Wind (alternate, 2019 mix); I Talk to the Wind (duo version, full-length master, 2019 mix); Epitaph (isolated vocal, 2019 mix, mixed by David Singleton); Epitaph (alternate take, 2019 mix); Moonchild (take 1, 2019 mix); The Court of the Crimson King (take 3, 2019 mix). All tracks mixed by Steven Wilson except where otherwise indicated. 

2019 Additional Material (LPCM stereo 24/96): Wind Session (2019 stereo mix); 21st Century Schizoid Man (Trio version, 2019 mix); I Talk to the Wind (studio run through, 2019 mix); Epitaph (backing track, 2019 mix); Moonchild (album edit, 2009 mix by Robert Fripp & Steven Wilson); The Court of the Crimson King (take 3, 2009 mix); 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan Studios instrumental take, 1969, produced by King Crimson); The Court of the Crimson King (Part 1) (1969 mono single A- side, produced by King Crimson); The Court of the Crimson King (Part 2) (1969 mono single B- side, produced by King Crimson). All tracks mixed by Steven Wilson except where otherwise indicated.
Video Content: 21st Century Schizoid Man (extract, Hyde Park, July 5, 1969).

Blu Ray24: 2020 Dolby Atmos Mix, 24/48): 21st Century Schizoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King. Mixed by Steven Wilson from original multi-track tapes.
DTS-HD Master surround, LPCM 5.1 surround 24/96: I Talk to the Wind (duo version). Mixed by Steven Wilson from the original multi-track tapes. Plays through 4 speakers only; this is effectively Quad, with no audio signal in the centre or sub-woofer speakers.
Let’s Make a Hit Waxing (LPCM stereo 24/96): Let’s Make a Hit Waxing.

CD25 (Giles, Giles & Fripp): Tremolo Study in A Major (Spanish Suite); Suite No. 1; Scrivens; Why Don’t You Just Drop In (i); I Talk to the Wind (i); Plastic Pennies; Passage of Time; Under the Sky (ii); I Talk to the Wind (ii); Erudite Eyes; Make It Today (ii); Wonderland; Why Don’t You Just Drop In (ii); She is Loaded. By Giles, Giles and Fripp, with Ian McDonald and Judy Dyble. Newly transferred from the original tapes recorded at 93 Brondesbury Road, London by Peter Giles (1968). Mastered by David Singleton at DGM (2020).

CD26 (BBC Sessions, Trees)); 21st Century Schizoid Man (BBC); Epitaph (BBC); The Court of the Crimson King (BBC); I Talk to the Wind (BBC); Get Thy Bearings (BBC); Trees (Fairfield Hall, Croydon, October 17, 1969). Tracks 1-5 released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Music, BBC producer John Walters © BBC 1969
Tracks 1,3,4 engineered by Tony Wilson, first transmission date 11/5/69; tracks 2,5 first transmission date 7/9/69. Trees is included for its historic value, only known to have been performed once.

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King Crimson: The Complete 1969 Recordings

Read "The Complete 1969 Recordings" reviewed by John Kelman


There will, inevitably, exist some cynics who will dispute the first comment about King Crimson's long-awaited The Complete 1969 Recordings box set, but it's difficult to imagine it being anything but the plain truth. This is, indeed, the definitive final word on the band's first lineup, collecting multiple versions of its earth-shattering 1969 Island Records debut, ...

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King Crimson: Sailors' Tales 1970-1972

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If it's a fundamental truth that adversity can sometimes bring the absolute best, creatively speaking, out of music and the people who make it, then the roughly 23 months following the release of King Crimson's classic 1969 debut, In the Court of the Crimson King (Island)--and, after a single North American tour, the breakup of its ...

Album

The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson: Volume One 1969-1974

Label: DGM Live
Released: 2004
Track listing: CD1 (In the Studio: 1969-1971): 21st Century Schixoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King; Peace: A Theme; Cat Food; Groon; Cadence and Cascade; In the Wake of Poseidon (instrumental edit); Ladies of the Road; Sailor's Tale (abridged); Islands (instrumental edit); Tuning Up; Bolero.

CD2 ( Live: 1969-1972): The Court of the Crimson King; A Man, A City; 21st Century Schizoid Man; Get Thy Bearings; Mars; Pictures of a City; The Letters; A Sailor's Tale; Groon; 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental edit).

CD3 ( In the Studio: 1972-1974): Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part I (abridged); Book of Saturday; Easy Money; Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II; The Night Watch; The Great Deceiver; Fracture; Starless (abridged); Red; Fallen Angel; One More Red Nightmare.

CD4 (Live: 1973-1974): Asbury Park; The Talking Drum; Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II; Lament; We'll Let You Know; Improv: Augsburg; Exiles (abridged); Easy Money; Providence; Starless and Bible Black; 21st Century Schizoid Man; Trio.


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